When the Philadelphia Eagles were finally on the clock during the end of the first round in the 2018 NFL Draft, early speculation was the team would use the No. 32 pick on former LSU running back Derrius Guice.
McShay said live on-air Friday night that National Football League executives told him that Guice was "late to meetings" and may have "accountability" issues. "And I just didn't understand why me out of all people because I'm great to everybody, I have a great personality and I just didn't understand why everything just hit so hard with me out of everybody".
It's the 13th straight year that LSU has had at least four players selected in the NFL Draft, a streak that dates back to the 2006 draft. According to reports from NFL Network and ESPN, Guice later backtracked and told multiple teams in interviews that he was not actually asked those questions by any teams.
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Personally, I believe if the Ravens take a running back in this class, I think it will be on day three of the draft. "Lucky to get him, this is a hard-nose runner". However, two more LSU players quickly followed, with Guice going 59th and wide receiver D.J. Chark going 61st (Jacksonville Jaguars). Here we recap both the second and third rounds. We met with Derrius. If true, it's costing him a lot of money. We tried to get to know them as a person and see how they fit in and we felt like he'll fit in just fine. "He's a good kid", Quinn said.
This is the highest pick the Redskins have used on a running back since Ledell Betts in 2002. His 3,074 career rushing yards rank fifth in school history, and his 6.53 yards-per-carry average ranks second all-time in SEC history behind Auburn's Bo Jackson (6.62). In fact, Guice rushed for 1,387 yards and 15 touchdowns on 7.6 yards per touch. He added Guice had been described as "high maintenance" and "immature" during the pre-draft process. Let's take a look at three backs they could select throughout these three draft days.